“It is very difficult to explain. For example, I don’t know that I’m making jerky movements, until I saw it here! I have power now. I can open the door. I can close the door."
“One of the things that the robotic arm does, is it gives the patient repetition of movement, which is really difficult for a therapist to do. So we’re able, with the Arm, to allow them to get 100, 300, 400 movements in one session without them being overly fatigued and of course the therapist [not] being overly fatigued.”
“They told me I would never move anything, not even my neck. And as you can see, I’m moving my neck. I’m moving my hand. I can shrug my shoulders. So I mean this machine has given me hope basically.”
"And there’s nothing like a patient being able to see progress on a piece of paper. And looking at that screen and seeing where they were and where they are. It proves their progress. And so the biofeedback is an incredible positive component of the robotic arm system."